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Photonic Interference Cancellation with Hybrid Free Space Optical Communication and MIMO Receiver

  title={Photonic Interference Cancellation with Hybrid Free Space Optical Communication and MIMO Receiver},
  author={Taichu Shi and Yang Qi and Ben Wu},
We proposed and demonstrated a hybrid blind source separation system which can switch between multiple-input and multi-output mode and free space optical communication mode depends on different situation to get best condition for separation. OCIS codes: 060.5625, 060.2605 

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